Wednesday, December 29, 2010


                                               On days iam having my"cooking mania"{my dh "S"gave the name}i always try new dishes,most of which i have not even tasted i wanted to try something new with mutton.i was bored making the same curry.when i searched my recipe diary i came across this mutton saagwala or palak mutton recipe which i had written long before from kairali tv magic oven cookery show but had not dared to try.i fell in love with the recipe and couldnt wait to try came out really good.
                                        This dish is worth trying and a perfect way to incorporate green leafy vegetables like spinach to your diet.jr"S"and to say the truth even i dont like to eat palak if it is added as this pureed palak curry is perfect for all like me and my jr who doesnt like spinach at the same time want to add some greens to the diet.
courtesy-magic oven cookery show
mutton-3/4 kg
palak-2 bunches
ginger-1 inch piece
garlic-3 pieces
green chilly-2
curd -1/2 cup
jeera pdr-1 tsp
tomato-2 small
coriander pdr-1 tsp
oil-2 tblspn
butter-1 tsp
fresh cream-1/2 cup
salt-to taste
marinate mutton with curd and 1/2 tsp jeera a pan add water. when it starts to boil add the palak.blanche the leaves.make a puree of that. keep it a pressure cooker add oil and add cinnamon,clove and cardamom.then saute onion.when it is slight golden brown add ginger-garlic pate and green chilly.then add coriander pdr and 1/2 tsp jeera pdr.saute.add the mutton together with the marinade to this.saute for 5 min.add tomatoes and salt.put the lid on the cooker and pressure cook it till done.when it is fully cooked open the lid and add the puree and heat for some time.add 1 tsp butter and 1/2 cup fresh cream.transfer to a serving bowl. enjoy ur palak mutton.

1 comment:

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